ROADTRIP: Discovering Weird and Wonderful Places
12-year-old Kaylee and 8-year-old Jimmy invite you along on their adventure of a lifetime – a trip through every state in the United States of America. There’s a house only ten feet wide. And a tree house towering ten stories tall. And did you know there’s a place where you can dig for diamonds or watch mud puddles boil?
At the end of the book, questions and activities add to the fun.
No suitcases needed. Just sit back, open this book, and explore the weird and wonderful places in the USA from the comfort of your favorite chair. Happy traveling!
This 118-page travelogue (8½” x 11″) for grade-schoolers has interesting facts and over 400 captivating color photos taken throughout our beautiful 50 states.
Lizzy is excited about school starting until Alexander begins calling her “Stinky Feet Lizzy” and other names.
How does Lizzy feel and what does she do?
Why would Alexander treat Lizzy, or anyone else, this way?
What can we do about the problem of bullying in our schools and playgrounds?
Lizzy discovers one answer.
This 38-page (8” x 10”) children’s fiction addresses the problem of bullying.
**Note from the author:
Bullying is hurtful and unacceptable. Children often need help learning how to stand up to bullies for themselves and others. But while attention is given to the victims of bullying, let us not forget about the bullies. Helping them discover the underlying reason for their behavior may be the first step toward a positive solution.
Parents and teachers will find Stinky Feet a useful tool for opening a conversation on the subject with their children and students.